Published on December 9, 2014
Page A2 www.tillamookheadlightherald.comWednesday, December 10, 2014 ford Oregon to share $3.8 million Sirius settlement Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum and 44 other state attorneys general an- nounce a $3.8 million settle- ment with Sirius XM Radio Inc. resolving claims alleging that the sat- ellite radio company engaged in misleading advertising and billing practices. Sirius XM also will provide restitution to eligible consum- ers who have complaints about the problems addressed in the settlement, including com- plaints that consumers were wrongfully billed for SiriusXM services between July 28, 2008 and December 4, 2014. “Any Oregonian who thinks they were wrongfully billed for SiriusXM Radio should submit a claim with the Oregon At- torney General’s ofce as soon as possible,” Rosenblum said. “While some consumers have already submitted claims with my ofce, there may be many more Oregonians who are eligible for money back.” The multi-state investiga- tion focused on consumer complaints involving: difculty canceling contracts; cancel- lation requests that were not honored; misrepresentations that the consumer’s Sirius XM service would be canceled and not renewed; contracts that were automatically renewed without consumers’ notice or consent; unauthorized fees; higher, unanticipated rates after a low introductory rate; and Sirius XM failing to provide timely refunds. Oregon consumers who have not previously led a complaint with the Oregon Attorney General’s ofce for the alleged misleading billing practices covered by this settle- ment have 150 days to le a complaint to be considered for restitution. Consumers can le a consumer complaint online with the Oregon Consumer Hotline or call toll-free 1-877- 877-9392. To be considered for restitu- tion under this settlement, consumers must le a com - plaint concerning conduct from July 28, 2008, to Dec. 4, 2014, involving an identiable loss that has not been previously resolved. 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With a nautical, beach theme Crandall enjoys the “fresh and light” look the space has taken on. “You know when authors say that characters take on a life of their own,” Cran- dall said. “This place has denitely [done that]. We gave it a little push and it’s exploded.” The new shop brews Sleepy Monk Coffee from Cannon Beach, which Cran- dall is excited to promote that it’s fair-trade and organi- cally grown. Keeping with an earth- concise theme, all the cups and lids in the shop will be biodegradable. “We’re trying to make sure that if by some random chance our piece lands some- where, it’s as gentle to the environment as it can be,” said Crandall. In addition to serving cof- fee, the shop will feature art, crafts and photography from local artist. Crandall also hopes that the business will be an invit- ing stop for families. “We really want to focus on the experience of bringing your kids or grandkids,” said Crandall adding that they will feature specialty cocoa like toasted marshmallow and sell beach accessories. Seaworthy Coffee will host a soft grand opening weekend December 12-14. “We’re going to be do- ing some drawings, some giveaways over the three day weekend,” Crandall said. The grand-prize winner will receive a $75 dollar gift card. “We know we’re going to be able to deliver a phenom- enal cup of coffee,” said Crandall. “I have not doubt about it.” Seaworthy Coffee and Gifts is located at 1355 Phelps St. #4, Netarts Hwy 131, Across from the Netarts Community Club and will be open six days week 8 a.m.-4 p.m., closed Wednesdays. Photos by Chelsea Yarnell Seaworthy Coffee and Gifts is Netarts newest business located at 1355 Phelps St. #4, Netarts Hwy 131, Across from the Netarts Community Club and will be open six days week 8 a.m.-4 p.m., closed Wednesdays after their grand open- ing on December 12.